Automatic Check Reorder

Save yourself time with Automatic Check Reorder

PNC will track the number of checks you've written that have cleared your account since your last reorder. About 3 months before you are likely to run out of checks, we'll notify you that we're about to place a check order from PNC's preferred check vendor. After additional checks are processed from your account, we'll reorder your checks, mail them to you and deduct the cost of your order from your checking account, if applicable.

Should you ever need to change the check design, address, phone number or other check features, you can simply stop into your PNC Bank branch.

How to set up Automatic Check Reorder

Log in to PNC Online Banking to reorder checks.[1]

  1. Sign in to PNC Online Banking.
  2. Select "Customer Service" in the top navigation.
  3. Under "Account Services" select "Order Checks & Supplies"

If you are not a PNC Online Banking customer, get started now!

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Important Information and Disclosures

  1. Online Banking is free to customers with an eligible account; however there may be a fee for certain optional services. We reserve the right to decline or revoke access to Online Banking or any of its services. All online banking services are subject to and conditional upon adherence to the terms and conditions of the PNC Online Banking Service Agreement.

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